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Why Walking Is Amazing!

Hippocrates said, “If you are in a bad mood, go for a walk. If you are still in a bad mood, go for another walk.” There are so many great reasons for adding walking to your routine. Besides being enjoyable and relaxing, it’s good for your overall well-being. Here are some of the incredible benefits…

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5 Self-Reflection Questions We Should Ask That Most People Avoid

Perhaps you’ve heard these famous words of Socrates, “The unexamined life isn’t worth living.” Whether you agree with Socrates or not, a superficial life is weak, unfulfilling, and filled with stuff that don’t matter in the end, not to mention that it keeps you from being what you were born to become. We should set…

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Welcome to the Kumite with Sean and Michele Kanan

Actor and author of Way of the Cobra and Welcome to the Kumite, Sean Kanan is recognized as one of the most well-known bad boys in daytime television and an Emmy Award-winning producer. But this bad boy also acts as an ambassador for the anti-bullying organization, Boo2Bullying. He is joined by his wife, Emmy Award-winning producer, writer, and director, Michele Kanan. They’ll share how they balance their career, family, and marriage.

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How Self-Care Balances Your Hormones

Some consider self-care an indulgent luxury because they feel guilty about “pampering” themselves or spending money on unnecessary services that should be spent on essential needs.  But self-care is more than a sleep mask and a massage.  According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “Self-care means taking the time to do things that help…

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Helping Hands with Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer

How can you make a real difference in someone else’s life? Today’s guest has just received a citywide celebration of 40 years as the senior pastor of Faithful Central Bible Church in Los Angeles. Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer leaves a legacy of faithful service as he sets his sights on the next chapter. How can you leave a legacy, without leaving a mess during times of transition? We’ll also learn about his book, Passing the Generation Blessing: Speak Life, Shape Destinies.

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5 Reasons We Don’t Take The Risks

According to international bestselling author Amy Morin, the biggest mistake people make when deciding to take a risk is they don’t equally balance emotion with logic. “Excess emotion can cause some people to be overly excited and impulsive, while being too analytical can leave others overwhelmed by fear or anxiety.” We can’t avoid risk; life…

Lifestyle #3319

Conflict Resolution with Nolan Higdon and Mickey Huff

In today’s increasingly polarized world any disagreement can so easily be interpreted as a personal attack and our ability to communicate has all but vanished. Today’s guests, Nolan Higdon and Mickey Huff are going to help us find ways to bring some peace to these negative personal encounters with their book, Let’s Agree to Disagree.

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4 Action Steps To START Getting Unstuck In Life

According to Oracle, a global study revealed that 75% of people feel stuck in their lives personally and professionally. Settling for a life without passion is no way to live. Feeling stuck, trapped, or imprisoned sucks the joy out of life, making it nearly impossible to be happy. Do you feel unhappy, depressed, or dissatisfied…

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Breaking the Mold with Alfred Hsing

Have you ever had an audacious life goal? And did other people think your dream was crazy? Well, today’s guest took a non-traditional path to follow his dream that he chose. He is the first American in Wushu martial arts history to win a gold medal at the 2009 World Wushu Championships. Some of his most recent work includes the seven-time Academy-award-winning film, Everything Everywhere All at Once. Our guest today is martial artist, actor, and stunt man Alfred Hsing.

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6 Tips For Planning Your Transition Into Retirement

Millions of Americans nearing their golden years enter retirement financially unprepared. According to U.S. Census Bureau data, “50% of women and 47% of men between the ages of 55 and 66 have no retirement savings.” Unfortunately, this means millions of Americans enter retirement in a life-or-death situation, sometimes needing to hold down two jobs, working 10-12…

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